Naidu said that the decision to conduct repolling was a part of a conspiracy to get his party votes removed on "pseudonymous complaints" of YSP Congress party activists and alleged that the poll body did not act on TDP's complaints.
He wrote, "It is highly regrettable and shocking the EC has so far not responded to the request of Special Investigation Team constituted by the state government, shared IP numbers of the computers, from where the pseudonymous complaints came."
Naidu accused the poll body of selectively working on YSR Congress' complaints on ignoring his party's complaints.
"What is more disturbing and painful is that the EC set aside all the complaints made by the TDP," the Chief Minister said, adding that the EC did not respond to TDP's demand of repolling on certain polling stations.
He further said "How can the EC conduct repolling also, in phases, selectively responding to the complaints made by the YSRCP. Does it mean the EC will conduct another repoll even after the declaration of results if some more complaints are made?"
Earlier in the day, a TDP delegation comprising minister N Anand Babu, MLCs Dokka Manikya Vara Prasad, P Ashok Babu, MLA T Sravan Kumar and party spokesperson Lanka Dinakar met with Andhra Pradesh Chief Electoral Officer Gopal Krishna Dwivedi over the same issue.
Earlier this month, Chandragiri YSR Congress candidate Chevireddy Bhaskar Reddy lodged a complaint with the EC stating that voters belonging to a particular community were not allowed to exercise their franchise when polling was conducted on April 11. Moreover, the CEO reportedly received some complaints from other sources as well.
The ECI on Wednesday declared the poll held on April 11 in these five stations as void and ordered that a repolling be conducted from 7 am to 6 pm on May 19.